Cuba sent doctors abroad amid pandemic. Now, its own COVID surge has sparked historic protests

Cuba’s “doctor diplomacy” program has been equated to modern-day slavery. Now, it comes under renewed scrutiny as COVID cases contribute to unrest.

Early-bird dining, beach reservations and a scramble for sunset cruises: Maneuvering a Maui visit in 2021

Maui vacationers face hard-to-get restaurant and activity reservations, new entry rules at state parks and other issues this summer as travel surges.

3 dead, 2 taken to hospital in suspected carbon monoxide exposure during Michigan music festival, police say

Three men were found dead inside a travel trailer Saturday at a country music festival in southern Michigan in what police believe is a case of carbon monoxide exposure, officials said.

Political comedian Tim Young launches ‘IDs Across America’ amid election bill clashes

As partisan clashes over election integrity laws intensify in Texas and other GOP-controlled states, political comedian Tim Young is calling on lawmakers from both parties to back his plan to help Americans obtain valid identification cards.

NYC GOP mayoral candidate argues decades of unarmed patrol experience outpaces Democrats’ political play

As crime in New York City regresses toward the crisis level seen in the 1970s, Republican mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa argues his decades of experience leading the unarmed patrol group the Guardian Angels has prepared him far better than Democratic opponent Eric Adams to tackle worsening violence across the Big Apple a year after the onset of the “defund police” movement.

Liz Cheney got a fundraising boost, but Trump-friendly Republicans raised big money too

House Republicans report strong fundraising, whether they voted to impeach Donald Trump or questioned the severity of the Jan. 6 riot.

‘I dare you to deny me Communion.’ What has happened to Catholicism in America?

Prominent Democrats push the idea that Catholicism in modernity requires adaptation, rather than the courage to stand apart from the political moment.

Uyghur American: I was born in a Chinese reeducation camp. I will always fight China’s lies.

Uyghur children shaped by our mothers’ sufferings, our fathers’ toil, and our homelands’ tribulations, will not rest until China’s lies are exposed.

Levin talks rise of ‘American Marxism’: Appeals to ‘people who don’t take responsibility for their own lives’

On this week’s “Life, Liberty & Levin,” host Mark Levin was interviewed by “Fox & Friends Weekend” host Pete Hegseth about his new book “American Marxism”, and how the contents of the book serve as a warning for what may be to come under President Joe Biden and the Congressional Democrat majority.

‘We are so unprepared’: Extreme heat fueled by climate change putting farmworkers’ lives on the line

As extreme temps become more common because of climate change, advocates and sympathetic lawmakers worry about the future of farmworking in America.